One father in Kentucky will be making sure he always checks his grocery cart twice before leaving the store. This last tuesday, the dad in question was loading his …
Every year the same old Christmas stories remain on the shelves, painting pictures of families enjoying their comfortable houses, warmed with fires and lit with Christmas tree lights behind …
According to the probably-outdated 2009 census stats, there are 1.7 million single fathers out there.
ABC News recently talked about what some single dads are going through with their …
Ad agencies, marketing wizards and social media moguls – listen up. We like to talk about good and bad “dadvertising” here, and we think we’ve got a commercial here that fits one and a half of those adjectives. While mostly good, a little digging reveals something we’re glad didn’t make it to television. We’re mostly happy – and in the world of dadvertising, that may just be good enough this time around.
Trey Burley, aka Daddy Mojo, originally turned me onto this now-not-so-new Tide commercial featuring a smart-sounding stay-at-home-dad. We love seeing brands celebrate fathers, so we asked the Tide overlords at Procter & Gamble about this push for dads. After a month of back-and-forth, I finally got hooked up with the right people, and wanted to share some of their sentiments with you 8Biteers.
First, let’s check out the commercial, after the hop.